Nelson Mandela, was born Rolihlahla Mandela on July 18, 1918
62-year-old Mark Berndt, a former teacher at Los Angeles Miramonte Elementary School, has been criminally charged for blindfolding students and feeding them cookies frosted with his semen. Berndt taught at Miramonte Elementary school for over 30 years. Prosecutors say Berndt ...
The Helene Fuld College of Nursing held its fall graduation ceremony at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church on Sunday
Total Equity Now holds the annual Literacy Across Harlem Holiday Book Drive
The Harlem Commonwealth Council Inc announces a Harlem-based six-week course dedicated to developing film industry-ready production assistants.
Dec. 5 marks the final meeting of the Coalition for Public Education (CPE) under Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration
On Dec. 5, students and Harlem community members plan to march on the City College of New York
Jubilee Singers created to raise money for Fisk University
Nov. 24 - Dec. 5 in Black history
Melissa Harris-Perry and bell hooks hold talk, “Black Female Voices: Who is Listening.”
Having grown up in the Lower East Side, Rosario Dawson said there were not many opportunities for girls in the neighborhood.
On Friday, Nov. 15, the New York City Department of Education (DOE) released new data on class sizes in schools as of Oct. 31. class size, Department of Education, DOE, kindergarten, Leonie Haimson, Class Size Matters, Bloomberg
Based in South Jamaica, Queens, Greg, 50, is founder of the Brotherhood Foundation and works with the King of Kings Foundation.
As expected, earlier this week, the state Senate approved a bill that allows New Jersey residents who were brought to the Garden State illegally as children to pay in-state tuition fees to attend colleges, officials announced in Trenton.